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More kit for cheaper Signum

22 October 2004

A cheaper special-edition Vauxhall Signum is now available with more standard equipment than more expensive models.

Signum Exclusiv costs £650 less than an Elegance

A cheaper special-edition Vauxhall Signum is now available with more standard equipment than more expensive models.

The Signum Exclusiv costs £650 less than an Elegance but gains 18-inch alloy wheels, a colour satellite-navigation system, sports suspension, front fog lamps, steel roof rails and a steel exhaust finish.

This equipment is in addition to cruise control, air-conditioning, six airbags, remote central locking, a CD player and electric windows, all standard on every Signum.

The Exclusiv costs £17,995 for a 1.8-litre petrol model, and starts at £18,595 with the 2.2-litre petrol engine and £19,995 with a 1.9-litre CDTi diesel.

Vauxhall says the car will be on sale for around a year.

  • Aim to get at least £2000 knocked off the price of any Signum.

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